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traynham, joan walsh of salon.com, author of "the other wes moore," retired army captain, wes moore, and nicholas kons skoir of "the new york times." david petraeus resigned as cia director on friday after reports of an extramarital affair and a host of questions remain about the investigation that toppled one of the country's top national security officials. lawmakers in both parties say the fbi failed in its duty to report on the secretive investigation earlier in the process. now, before we get into the debate, here are some of the key allegations and facts about this unusual investigation. first, several months ago, government officials tell nbc news that fbi investigators responded to a complaint about anonymous e-mails sent to jill kelly, a 37-year-old volunteer liaison to mcdill air force base in tampa. kelly and her husband were friends with petraeus and his wife. the fbi began by investigating whether those e-mails constituted harassment. officials told nbc news. then the bureau subsequently found that petraeus' biographer, paula broadwell, was sending those anonymous e-mai
-i-r. there was request for information on caltrain and high-speed rail i believe from commissioner moore. we still think that the schlage lock project is [speaker not understood] caltrain is trying to electrify, making it quieter, more friendly to transfer into development. with regards to high-speed rail, we're keeping track of that. we know it would use the tracks. it would go through there, but they're sort of -- the stations are further to the north and further to the south of the site. so, that kind of -- we're keeping track of those things. that is the extent of the information that we have. so, i'll leave it up for questions and more details. >> thank you. we'll open it up for public comment. is there any public comment on this item? seeing none, we'll go to commissioner comments. commissioner moore. >> thank you for the [speaker not understood] and good sense of humer. [laughter] >> i have a separate question. you addressed some more comprehensive issues sub fronding the project. that being leland. but i have a focused question and then the issue of bay lands and brisbane because that is a mega
last interview; it really is a good last interview. and we're going back to professor robert moore who has many hats; he's a psychoanalyst, he's a professor at chicago theological seminary, he's also in private practice. but he is the president of the institute for world spirituality, which is a newly developed think tank to say, enough is enough. we have had religions and religious people from millennia; we can hide in our little corners in tribes and caves and argue with each other over doctrine. i keep going back to that wonderful image of fighting in the foot hills when the mountain is there for us to climb. we can do that or we can say let's take the best of religion, organize globally and work towards a world that finally, will bring peace not just to us but i think as we heard in another class to our children's, children's, children. can we do it? well here is an interesting perspective on that, if we could go to our last roll-in, in the class with professor robert moore from chicago theological seminary. >> only a few years ago, the nobel prize winning scientists of this planet
. >> okay. commissioner moore. >> i am glad that we are considering continuing, and i would actually ask that we continue beyond the 29th of november partially because the package that was given to us is significantly incomplete. i'm not just commenting on the way it was listed in the public noticing but i would like to address that in order to fully understand it. stakeholder groups need to be contacted and talked to. the commission itself i think just needs for the clarity compare the writings of 2006, 2010 and 2012 and really evaluate whether addressing a administrative correction but i don't think it is. i received at a minimum up to 10 accordance on the matter. >> >> and by lawyers and all of the comment his the tone and message of consistency and i have to take quite seriously. it's not just about me being a commissioner and out smart everybody and the public needs to inform me about what the law says and what is going to happen under eir and ceqa law and i believe there are serious shortcuts being made here and addition to finding document full of vague language, innuendo, an
the commission, please state your name for the record. at this time we'd like to take roll. commission president fong? >> here. >> commission vice president wu? >> here. >> commissioner antonini is here, but, commissioner borden? >> here. >> commissioner hillis? >> here. >> commissioner moore? >> here. >> and commissioner sugaya? >> here. >> commissioners, first on your item items proposed for continuance. item 1, case no. 2012.1381t, inclusionary housing updates, it is proposed for continuance december 30 13th, 2012. item 2, 2012.1306tz, review of two ordinances (planning code text amendment and zoning map amendment) that would rezone parcels in the upper market ncd to the upper market nct, planning code and zoning map amendments, proposed for continuance to february 21st, 2013. item 3, case no. 2012.1168c, 793 south van ness avenue, request for conditional use authorization is proposed for continuance to january 24th, 2013. items 4a, b and c for case numbers 2009.0 724 d, 2012.0 888 d, and 2009.0 724 v at 2833 through 2835 fillmore street, mandatory discretionary reviews and variance have been
for the night, documentary film maker michael moore. this is unchartered territory. we have a general election next tuesday and almost nobody is talking about it. they are talking about this phenomenal storm. the likes of which new york has never seen before. you were here when it hit on monday. where were you? >> in my apartment on the west side of manhattan here. our neighborhood didn't get blacked out. but i did everything that everybody else did getting ready for it. i was -- i sat through katrina when katrina happened. so i have kind been through a little bit of this before. but this is -- what happened here the skop scope of it. i don't think we know the scope. >> the magnitude is greater than anyone has grasped yet. >> this is where we need our news media to come in. if i may we need fewer reporters standing in waist-high water seeing they are going to be blown over and more real reporting, real news. what's going on. >> i have heard that criticism. i don't agree and i will tell you why. when i see someone standing in atlantic city in the middle of a boardwalk actually in water and i ag
melbourn in for me, joined by wes moore, "the new york times" nick confa sorry, and the amitble david wood. find us at facebook.com/now with alex. "andrea mitchell reports" is next with the president's live statement from the east room. [ man ] december 7th. go ahead, mark your calendars. it's the last day you can switch your medicare part d plan. we're ready, and we can't wait to switch. what i wanted was simple: the most value for my dollar. so, now that it's time, we're making the move to a plan that really works for us. [ male announcer ] make the switch to an aarp medicarerx plan, insured through unitedhealthcare. open enrollment starts october 15th and ends december 7th. call now for a free information kit. you'll receive a summary of plan benefits and an enrollment form. discover why these part d plans are so popular with over 4 million plan members and counting. with predictable copays and plans with no annual deductible, you could start saving with your first prescription. plus, we'll be covered at like 60,000 pharmacies. so if we visit our kids in portland or go anywhere in the c
that are swirling around this case. then, we are going to do a timeline and talk to author wes moore, pulitzer prize-winning reporter, david woods, salon's joan walsh, msnbc's robert traynham, and "the new york times's" nicholas kons skoir. >>> and some republicans say tax hikes might be necessary to prevent automatic spending cuts at the end of this year. could cooperation be back in style in washington? and finally, adapt or die. we will look at how the gop is adjusting to a new normal after their political bubble burst. all that when "now" starts in three minutes. ♪ constipated? yeah. mm. some laxatives like dulcolax can cause cramps. but phillips' caplets don't. they have magnesium. for effective relief of occasional constipation. thanks. [ phillips' lady ] live the regular life. phillips'. [ male announcer ] it's that time of year again. medicare open enrollment. time to compare plans and costs. you don't have to make changes. but it never hurts to see if you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive benefits you get after the health care law. ♪ open enroll
. to lance moore. we have raider highlight. palmer with a great throw to crimer. the raiders have all sorts of issues. >> a great crowd there today. they were into it. and we let ourselves down and let them down by not playing up to our potential and by getting beat the way we did. >> we got beat today. and -- but the only way i know how to fix things is we just got to go back to work, keep grinding. those guys in that locker room, nobody that hurts any worse than they do. and we're going to keep fighting and keep battling and keep grinding. >> going out there and trying to win. trying to win the rest of the season. bottom line. >> mike: the broncos and chargers in denver. big game for peyton manning. denver up 10. in the third quarter, finds eric decker. he does the rest. 20-yard for the score. broncos 7-3, running away with the division. 30-23 your final. >> comes quarterback, andrew luck, facing three-time super bowl champion tom brady and the patriots. i'm sure andrew was inspired by stanford upsetting oregon in eugene. would that carry over today? unfortunatelied did not. threw two pic
moore is here to react to all of the events and if you have questions tweet us@piers tonight. we will begin on the long hard commute for millions of new yorkers. it's a rough time for many new yorkers. obviously a rough time for many people on the east coast. in new york it seems as almost two cities now. you have the half with power, upwards of 40th street and below 40th street a nightmare with no power. traffic, absolute chaos out there. i had to walk earlier because it was gridlock. what can you tell me about the subway, about power and when new york will be back on its feet? >> well, that's a question a lot of people are asking. it is obvious from what we witnessed today it will take a while before new york gets to what it used to be. today, what we witnessed, thousands of people walking across the queensboro bridge. some trying to make it home tonight. that's what we have been seeing throughout the day, not just here at the queensboro bridge but also at the brooklyn bridge. saw that as well. people trying to get in and out of the city without subway service, without train se
gone from adversaries to praising each other. my guest michael moore. we did cover the rockaway blaze in the midnight show on monday night in to tuesday morning. i was anchoring that toward the end. we were one of the first networks to get it on the air. >> but two or three hours after it happened. my point is, can you imagine if 110 homes were burning right now in los angeles? >> sure. >> it would be another three hours we heard about it. >> no. but you have to take it in the context of everything else going on in new york. >> my point is that everything going on was putting reporters in three feet of water and seeing how far they blow. and that is not news. >> i don't agree with that. >> we already covered that. >> this is an interesting debate. but if a 14 foot surge comes over in lower manhattan -- >> here it comes, whoa! that's it. why do you keep going back to ali velshi in atlantic city hour after hour after hour with him being blown around by the wind. >> i think he was courageous to do what he did . he was there 12 hours showing you as we can see now how desperate the conditi
in front of the planning commission. >> good. >> commissioner moore. >> i think it's very important that we talk about the 11th street corridor. i just want to make sure we spend equal time talking about the benefit of the plan which we haven't much talked about. from this anything goes i don't care where it is south of market a few years ago. these are 14 residential enclaves we're trying to pull together as a neighborhood and that is implied in the western soma area plan with attempt to create a main street that focused on folsom street and attempt to bring neighborhood commercial and other mix of uses rather than mixed use and that is a big distinction in planning language. i think there is variety for many. i would be amiss to say i don't want to just shift the emphasis on talking about the 11 eth corridor but we are well advised and one thing the plan needs from us opportunitys are focused on the parts of the plan which are the most transformative part locationally and that is finding uses that kind of are build and realized within the heart of the community and spin off effect o
. one more roll-in we have in the class, and then we're going to just follow it on out here with the questions. professor robert moore makes a fascinating statement. he is the president of the institute for world spirituality; he's a jungian psychoanalyst; he's a professor at chicago theological seminary. we were able to catch hold of him just after a conference that he'd had with this world spirituality center that he's directing, and he just nails it down in this short interview that unless religion- and your good comment about, well, is it buddhist religion, is it daoist, is it christianity?- unless religions which have been, for better or for worse, the guiding force in determining ethical patterns of action, unless they begin to come together first, and work with other aspects of society, well, it's another doomsday scenario, that we'rere just simply not gog to make it, not just as a nation, but as perhaps even a species. he went a bit longer in our private talk after the interview, but this is an educated man, very well known, quite active in things such as cult activi
pal michael moore we talked with at the democratic convention way back in 2004 when the iraq war was raging. what did they die for? >> they died to remove a brutal dictator who had killed hundreds of thousands of people. that's what they died for. >> that was not the reason they were given. >> bill: weapons of mass destruction was a mistake it was not a lie. >> brutal dictators in this world. if you sacrifice. let me finish on this. would you sacrifice your child to he remove one of the other 30 brutal dictators on this planet? >> bill: depends on what the circumstances about. >> you would sacrifice your own child for that. >> bill: i would sacrifice myself not any children to remove the taliban. would you? >> huh-uh. >> would you? that's my next question. would you sacrifice yourself to remove the taliban. >> sacrifice my life to track down the people that killed 3,000 people on our soil, absolutely. >> bill: given refuge by the taliban. >> we didn't go after them, did we. >> bill: we removed the taliban. >> that's why the taliban are still killing our soldiers there. >> bill: m
're in a bit and steve moore we're in a mexican standoff with both sides taking positions that seem to be inconsistent with each other. we do have divided government. the president won the election. the republicans control the house. i think everyone needs to recognize that we need a negotiation, we need compromises to reach a resolution. i believe there needs to be more revenues. those revenues need to come from people making over $250,000 a year and beyond that i think you can negotiate this. >> stephen moore what's your take on this. this issue of raising revenue. you can raise revenue in a lot of ways, some which include raising tax rates and some don't. >> spoke with the minority leader in the senate mitch mcconnell and he said we're willing to fix the tax rate, close the loopholes but i don't think they will bargain on raising the rates. i think they honestly believe and i agree that raising tax rates on capital gains will hurt the economy. but there's another side which is the spending side and there are some republicans who say look if the democrats and president obama won't
up michael moore but we saw the same thing when fahrenheit 9/11 was released right before the election. the release date was in october right, so i think, you know, republicans can say wait a second, you're giving all this access to a hollywood movie and you're going to release it a couple weeks out before the election, make you all look good and remind everybody that we killed bin laden. i think there clearly was a political element when the decision was granted to give these guys access, but the way that the right responded to it was also, you know, obviously over the top and in the end totally ineffective. >> cenk: so, you know, one interesting thing about that, and of course, republicans go overboard, that's what they always do, and of course all of it is political but obama's only in the movie for a couple of seconds right? the movie is not about obama it's actually about a woman right? a lot of people are confused about it, thinking seal team six and obama and why is the main hero oh woman? >> i was talking to people at the c.i.a. about this. the hero here is a young
the new chief has the same open door policy as moore. >> what we're looking for is a leader that could invest some time into san jose, invest in the community here in san jose, and finish what i believe chief moore had started, which is a building process to bring community policing here to san jose. >> reporter: he has been a police critic, but was liking the direction moore was taking the department. now nbc bay area has hearned the names of two potential candidates to replace moore. one is a chief from fresno, jerry dyer. dyer retired last year, but was lured back to lead the force by fresno city leaders. another is sacramento chief rick braziel. braziel is set to retire at the end of december. whoever gets the nod will have to deal with the same low morale and political rift in san jose. he hopes the new chief keeps the community advisory board. >> we got to see who the candidates are and see what they have to offer. certainly, whoever it, whether they're inside or outside has to be mindful not only of the political issues that san jose is currently facing and economic issues, but
yards, 3 ttds, 53 straight games with a t.d. pass. lance moore, what a throw. we have a raider highlight, palmer with a great throw. 38-17. palmer goes over 3,000 yards for the season but raiders have issues and fall to the saints 38-17. >>> meanwhile, the broncos and chargers matched up in denver. 31-yard to stokeley. in the third quarter, eric decker does the rest. going 20 yards. broncos running away with the division. 30-23 the final. >> i'm sure colts quarterback andrew luck was inspired by stanford upsetting oregon in eugene. does that carry over into new england today against tom brady and the patriots? unfortunately did not. andrew two pick sixes in the second quarter. colts driving and andrew air mails toyota lieb. he goes 59 yards the other way and that gave the patriots the lead for good. but andrew never quit. hiltonor at -- hilton for the strike but too little, too late. >> final race of the 2012 nascar season. a battle between jimmie johnson and brad keselowski. all ced lou ski had to do is finish 15th or better and the cup is hid. jimmie johnson at one point led the race a
towards east bay, hasn't been a whole lot here. getting a little bit here filling in back by liver moore. we'll see this fill in a little bit more here as we head throughout the next two to three hours. just like the south bay. here comes more rainfall off to the south to san tra cruisz. we've got snow up here. not too heavy. winter weather advisory. we'll see it switch from rain to snow back to rain and snow throughout the entire weekend. that's why totals will only be four to eight inches with the latest storm system moving in. the timing of this cell. wet weather with the two storms over the next 48 hours. this one tonight and tomorrow morning. the second storm late saturday night and sunday morning. not only the rainfall but a few storms. the second storm will also be watching the santa cruz mountains for potentially some isolated flooding concerns. as far as the rain tonight, we have the rain across the bay area starting to fill in across the south bay. tomorrow morning we'll have some lingering showers. then as we head throughout the day saturday, we'll get some sun. not going to b
'm not saying it's up to this project but we have to look at that as we move forward with fremont street and the rest of the buildings that are in the rincon hill plan>> commissioner moore. >> do you see that as a problem and that comment as part. extension of this project. i believe we need to describe the changing circumstances and the project and redesign and responsive to what the planning department is asking for. i am particularly interested there is a comment that we will continue to support increase in units but we are looking for a potential lowering of parking [inaudible] >> i'm not going to attempt to legal answer which mr. genius could probably provide. we're in the process of construction documents that allow for the number of parking spaces that are specified. the only way that we could increase the parking count practically speaking would be to excavate another 15 or 20 feet and build a fourth level below grade. that would be an exceedingly costly and time consuming solution which i submit our plans as evidence we considered long ago and elected not to pursue. on beha
rosa we would not have lilly ledbetter and the paycheck fairness act. without gwen moore, we would not have the violence against women act being put forth the way it is. gwen there, thank you. jackie spear working so hard with other members of our caucus, loretta sanchez to protect women in the military. [ applause ] we are so very, very proud of the chair of the democratic national committee debbie wasserman schultz who is here. [ applause ] i could go around here and talk about the leadership, certainly susan davis, women in the military, has been her issue for a long time. but in any event, the point is that if america is going to reach its full fulfillment as a nation, we must have the further empower. of women. women in the military, if we want to be at our strongest we must give women every opportunity in the women to hold every job so that they can one day attain the top job. if we want women in business, how could it be that their fortune 500 and fewer ceos -- if we want our economy to flourish and grow, we must lift up women's leadership in our economy. very important. wom
mary tyler moore but on fox. >> that's a nice compliment. thank you. craig: it is fantastic. you're a girl about town and you work for lou in the news room and murray is your friend? >> yeah, yeah, we're just remaking the mary tyler moore show. hopefully nobody notices. she is amazing. it is fun. as it turns out it is great to be the boss. craig: you're the boss? >> i'm kind of the boss. i'm -- i'm like mean. i'm a little mean as it also turns out. craig: good for you. >> people respond to me. i don't know what i'm saying. craig: they do but then they talk about you. you can't be one of the gang anymore if you're the boss. >> no, look at saddam husain and what happened to him. craig: that's one example you could use. >> you're a nice -- you're the boss here. craig: no, no, i'm the -- what am i? i'm the pretty one. [laughter] >> you're just -- they are just like you know, he is there. he's good-looking. he's the eye candy? craig: that's it. they are like let's just bring out the european guy. i'm kind of like the turkish gentleman on "downton abbey." the late night version. [cough
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